Most depressing Saints player so far? Featured

Wednesday, 07 October 2015 22:44 Written by
New Orleans wide receiver Brandin Cooks (10) hasn’t shown any signs of being a true No. 1 receiver so far in his young career.(Photo: Advertiser file photo) Sometimes all it takes is a win to get the optimistic fringe of a franchise’s fan base thinking positive thoughts again.
Dallas Cowboys: Who Is Starting Against The New England Patriots – Brandon Weeden Or Matt Cassel? Featured
Wednesday, 07 October 2015 22:27 Written by
The Dallas Cowboys started off the 2015 NFL season with a 2-0 record and on top of the NFC East. Now, they’ve lost their starting wide receiver, starting quarterback, and the last two games to drop to 2-2. Brandon Weeden stepped in for Tony Romo after he suffered a broken clavicle, but faith in the back-up is fading and the team did trade for Matt Cassel, but who will start against the New England Patriots…
Saints vs Eagles Schedule, Line, Odds and Point Spread: Date, Time, Prediction, NFL Picks, Who will win? Featured
Wednesday, 07 October 2015 22:07 Written by
The Philadelphia Eagles host the New Orleans Saints in one of the NFL Week 5 games on Sunday, start time at 1:00 PM ET, at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA. The New Orleans Saints (1-3) are coming from a 26-20 OT win over the Dallas Cowboys in Week 4. Drew Brees completed 33 of 41 passes for 359 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Saints.
How are you feeling about Saints game vs. Eagles? Talk it out with Joel A. Erickson at 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday, 07 October 2015 20:55 Written by
The New Orleans Saints head to Philadelphia on Sunday to take on the Eagles at noon. With a win, the Saints return home with a 2-3 record ahead of showdown next Thursday night at home vs. the Atlanta Falcons. With a loss, the Saints limp home at 1-4 to face Atlanta. How big is the game? Did the defense really make strides vs. Dallas? And what about the offense? Oh, and don't forget about special…
Jason Peters could miss Saints game Featured
Wednesday, 07 October 2015 20:07 Written by
Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writer Posted: Thursday, October 8, 2015, 3:01 AM Jason Peters did not participate in the Eagles' practice Wednesday because of a lingering quadriceps injury, and the team is preparing for the possibility that Peters cannot play Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.
Saints quarterback Drew Brees insists shoulder injury is in the past
Wednesday, 07 October 2015 19:44 Written by
Drew Brees is tired of talking about his shoulder. Brees isn’t the type to acknowledge injury, even one that hindered him the way his bruised rotator cuff has the past two weeks. Being forced to sit out against Carolina was an experience Brees would like to avoid in the future. Now that he’s back and throwing again, Brees wants to put the injury far in his rearview mirror. So he told Sean Payton and the…
C.J. Spiller reaching out to flooding victims
Wednesday, 07 October 2015 19:40 Written by
C.J. Spiller was born and raised in Florida. But he spent four years in South Carolina at Clemson, and as he watched the coverage of the flooding that has gripped South Carolina since Hurricane Joaquin pushed torrential rains on the state, Spiller felt like he had to do something. Spiller decided he had to help. The hero of Sunday’s overtime victory over the Cowboys reached out to New Spring Church, the Anderson, South Carolina, church…
Lewis: Saints’ 2015 draft class getting passing grades
Wednesday, 07 October 2015 19:10 Written by
Obviously they’re not, as Sean Payton put it, “ready to be sent to Canton just yet,” but neither can the Saints’ 12 rookies be blamed for the team’s 1-3 start, other than the fact that there are so many of them. In fact, after all of the personnel snafus of the past few years (Stanley Jean-Batiste anyone?), the early observation is that this group of players is making solid contributions this season and has the…
Struggling Saints gaining hope from return of key veterans Featured
Wednesday, 07 October 2015 18:32 Written by
METAIRIE, La. (AP) -- Drew Brees made an unusual request on Wednesday, asking Saints coaches and trainers to leave his name off of the club's first required injury report of Week 5. Asked if he was sick of answering questions about his throwing shoulder, he responded, ''Yes, I am.
New Orleans Saints still have healthy dose of respect for Malcolm Jenkins, Darren Sproles Featured
Wednesday, 07 October 2015 17:38 Written by
When any team trades a player or lets them walk in free agency, there's always the nagging possibility and fear they made a mistake. When the New Orleans Saints face former running back Darren Sproles and safety Malcolm Jenkins, both of whom have had success since parting ways in 2014, they can only hope that isn't the case when they play the Eagles in Philadelphia this Sunday.

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